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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 13, 1913, Image 7',
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DOINGS OF THE WORLD BOILED DOWN
New York. Mrs. Thos. Ford, dan
gerously ill following operation, does
not know that daughter Alice, 3, was
burned to death.
Huntington, W. Va. Although
husband's legs were cut off by train,
Mrs. Fannie Kendrick says he runs
after other women.
New York. Mrs. E. I Jessup,
Denver, robbed of $5,000 necklace
while shopping in 34th street store.
Colorado Springs, Colo. Clarence
Brokaw, brother of W. Gould Bro
kaw, New York, arrested for hitting
wife with frying pan, breaking two
of her fingers.
Pittsburgh. The "movie" opera
tors have submitted set of demands
to "movie" owners and will strike
if not granted.
Laporte, Ind. Isaac Reed,Argos,
Indiana, crushed skull of John
Thompson. Thompson will die.
Quarrel over property.
Norfolk, Va. Submarine torpedo
boat "C-5" collided with steamer
Anna and sunk her. Passengers res
cued. Louisville, Ky. Four children of
Arthur Spalding, Springfield, burned
to death when house caught fire.
Pittsburgh. H. T. McLaughlin, ex
express messenger, charged with
stealing $10,000 in gold and silver
certificate money, sought by police.
Paris. Paris Journal announces
that Turkish government is negotiat
ing for $100,000,000 loan with
Wilmington, Del. Herring by the
million in Chesapeake and Delaware
channel, choking canal sq that ves
sels have trouble getting through.
Melbourne. The Blizzard, first
South " Pole newspaper, launched.
Circulation limited, as human beings
in its territory are in winter quarters.
Berne. Oscar Bider, Swiss avia
tor, flew monoplane over Alps at alti
tude of 10,560 feet Almost frozen.
Newport, Ore. "Buz" Ingalls and
"Rich Chatterson" swam 10-yard
race in chilly water to decide which
should dance with lady of their
choice. She took another partner.
Washington. Panama Canal zone
"dry" July 1. Government will lose
$48,300 license fees.
Washington. Sec'y McAdoo or
dered new "buffalo" nickel with
drawn. "Five cents" too faintly out
lined. Los Angeles. Burglars opened
Farmers' 'Warehouse Company safe
with rule book left on counter.
Lima, O. Geo. Saxby, saloon
keeper, mixing highball when burglar
demanded day's receipts. Saxby
turned seltzer bottle nozzle on thief.
Lansing, Mich. Because he was
kicked in stomach while helping
teacher spank pupil, janitor applied
to industrial board for damages.
Los Angeles. Mrs. Harry Huston,
director of Parent Teacher Federa
tion, advocates divorce for $2 fee.
Seattle, Wash. Bert Ingals,
rancher, desperate because wife di
vorced him and married Isaac I. Os
good, Nome miner, killed Osgood,
wounded Mrs. Osgood and suicided.
Baltimore. Boy who said he was
Howard Miller, 1942 Kimball av.,
Chicago, found half-frozen, clinging
to tender of engine. Arrested. Said
he left iome to join Ringling circus.
Kenosha, Wis. Elizabeth Balasky,
Chicago, lost right foot in automobile
Walden, Colo. Dr. J. A. Dungan,
attacked by bear while motorine in
f mountains, threw lap-robe over ani
mal's head and ran auto over it
Sacramento, Cal. Believed Gov.
Johnson will sign alien land bill, but
will delay action to avoid appearance
New York. Rev. C. F. Reismer,
pastor Grace M. E. church, believes
present style of dress for women
comes from Hades.
New York. 14,000 barbers ' on